Whether you’re looking for a unique Valentine’s Day event or a fun festival to help you warm up this winter, there’s plenty going on throughout Virginia to keep the cool weather at bay. Fire up your RV and cruise to some of these February events and activities throughout our beautiful state, and you might never complain about winter again.
Valentine’s Beer Dinner
Make this Valentine’s Day one to remember at the Valentine’s Beer Dinner at Blue Mountain Brewery. This Afton brewery will present a five-course dinner paired with unique seasonal brews, and all of it will be hosted by Blue Mountain’s renowned brew master, Taylor Smack. Call (540) 456-8020 today to make your reservations for the evening of Feb. 12.
The Annual Virginia Wine Expo
The best way to warm up in February is with an extraordinary glass of local Virginia wine. The annual Virginia Wine Expo will take place at the Greater Richmond Convention Center and will feature unforgettable wines from the Richmond region. In addition to wine tastings, visitors will enjoy dozens of events, premium dinners, tours, brunches, lunches, seminars and tons more. The event begins on Tuesday, Feb. 17, and continues through Sunday, Feb. 22, with events every day.
The Music of the Rolling Stones: A Rock Symphony
For one night only, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra will perform “The Music of the Rolling Stones: A Rock Symphony.” This unbeatable event will feature the famous Virginia Symphony Orchestra welcomed by a full rock band and vocals by Brody Dolyniuk. The show will take place on Feb. 20, from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., at the Ted Constant Convocation Center. Tickets start at $20 per person and are available at the Virginia Arts Festival Box Office and the Constant Center Box Office.
Stop and See Us at Reines
Kick off your February travels with a visit to Reines RV Center in Manassas. Whether you’re in search of a new or used RV, some service performed on your current RV or a few camping supplies to get you through winter, we have it all right here at our convenient location in Northern Virginia.